Archive for April, 2008

Jack Huber’s new book has been published and is available on-line.  “Trappings of the Years” is a a unique blend of poetry and photography, which adds a new perspective to each.  The title poem describes the sense and character of this compilation of commonplace and shared places and events, a collection that also includes life lessons and thoughts to ponder.

The link to the online ordering page is: http://www.createspace.com/3338012

About the author:

Jack Huber is currently a VP at a Nevada-based telecommunications firm. His background includes several years of business development and over twenty-five years in the computer industry. During this time he has had many articles explaining technology to the layperson published in various print and web magazines and journals.

Jack had his first poems published at age 10 when his fifth grade teacher submitted two pieces that were accepted by a literary magazine. Since then Jack has written poetry off and on throughout his life.

Jack began taking photos while in grade school with his first Brownie camera, given to him by his grandmother. As with his poetry, Jack prefers interesting takes on commonplace themes. It is only fitting that these two media combined would enjoy great appeal.

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My book of poetry and photographs, titled “Trappings of the Years” after one of the poems in the collection, is nearly ready for online sales.  The proof printed by CreateSpace was very professional and the testimonials on the back cover were now very easy to read.  I’ll post the link to the online store as soon as it’s up!

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